Moore hit .400 (4-for-10) with a double, a home run, three RBI, four walks, five stolen bases and three runs across seven Cactus League contests before spring training was suspended.
The versatile 27-year-old entered the spring poised to battle for a utility role against the likes of Tim Lopes and Patrick Wisdom. Moore's spring numbers, albeit over a small sample, certainly speak highly of his chances, especially with the likelihood rosters are expanded beyond 26 players to open the 2020 regular season. Moore generated an unsightly .206/.302/.389 line across his first 282 big-league plate appearances last season, but nearly half (25) of his 51 hits went for extra bases.
Moore (forearm) is listed as the Mariners' shortstop and No. 7 hitter for Thursday's Cactus League game against the Royals, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Moore sustained a bruise on his inner forearm Tuesday after being struck by a pitch, but he only needed one day off to overcome the injury. While his inclusion in the lineup implies Moore is healthy, whether he or the Mariners will actually end up playing is still undecided. According to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com, there are whispers among league executives that MLB will formally suspend spring training as soon as Thursday.
Moore only sustained a bruised inner forearm during Tuesday's spring game and could return as soon as Thursday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
The initial diagnosis was that Moore had suffered a deep bone bruise to his right wrist Tuesday after being struck by a 93 mph fastball. A second evaluation provided the 27-year-old with the encouraging news that he could return as early as Thursday. Moore will try to avoid any additional injuries this spring after also enduring a concussion and sore calf earlier in camp.
Moore was diagnosed with a deep bone bruise to his right wrist Tuesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
The 27-year-old left Tuesday's game against the Angels in obvious pain after getting struck in the wrist by a pitch. It is encouraging that initial X-rays showed no fracture, but Moore's nightmare spring continues after he missed time this camp twice already because of a concussion and a sore calf. The shortstop will be given a clearer timetable for his return in the coming days.
Moore left Tuesday's game against the Angels in clear pain after getting struck in the wrist by a pitch, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Moore can't catch a break, as he's already missed time this camp twice this spring, first for a concussion and later with a sore calf. Whether or not he'll miss time after this latest incident remains to be seen.
Moore (calf) will bat second and play shortstop Tuesday against the Angels, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Moore missed Monday's game against the Brewers due to calf soreness and also missed time earlier in camp due to a concussion. Now that he's back in action, he should still have enough time left this spring to claim a bench spot.
Moore has been dealing with calf soreness since last week and was held out of Monday's Cactus League matchup versus the Brewers, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.
Moore missed several games with a concussion over the prior two weeks as well, so it's been an injury-marred spring for the utility hopeful thus far. However, the current calf issue is not keeping Moore from baseball activities, and he could return as soon as Tuesday's game versus the Angels.
Moore (concussion) went 1-for-1 with a walk and a stolen base in a Cactus League loss to the Padres on Thursday.
The 27-year-old took over for Shed Long as an in-game defensive replacement and continued his hot start to the spring. Moore is battling for a utility spot on the Opening Day roster and has made a strong case so far, going 3-for-6 with a double, a home run, three RBI and two stolen bases across five Cactus League contests.
Moore (concussion) will be available in a bench role for Thursday's Cactus League game against the Padres, Lauren Smith of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Moore only needed about a week to clear the concussion protocol after a head injury forced him out of a Feb. 27 game against the Reds. He'll likely come off the bench midway through Thursday's contest and pick up a couple of at-bats.
Moore (concussion) may be able to return to Cactus League action Wednesday versus the Angels, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Moore entered the concussion protocol after hitting his head during a stolen-base attempt last Wednesday, but he was able to return to running Saturday and should make his way into the lineup this week. The 27-year-old will resume competing for a utility role on the Opening Day roster upon his return.
Moore (concussion) is scheduled to do some running Saturday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Moore remains in the concussion protocol, but he'll be able to run Saturday as he works his way back to health. The 27-year-old sustained the injury in Wednesday's spring training game and will likely be held out until at least after Tuesday, when the Mariners have an off day.
Moore has entered the concussion protocol after banging his head on a stolen-base attempt in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Reds, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Moore relayed that he was feeling good when he reported to camp Thursday, but he said that he expects to miss at least a few days of game action while he waits to clear the protocol. The head injury shouldn't have a major impact on Moore's bid for a utility role on the Mariners' Opening Day roster.
Moore went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a loss to the Reds on Thursday.
Moore squared up on a second-inning Tyler Mahle offering for his second homer in as many games. The 27-year-old continues to display a penchant for making it count when he makes contact, as half of his 48 hits for the season have gone for extra bases in the form of 13 doubles, two triples and nine home runs.
Moore went 1-for-2 with a solo home run in a win over the Reds on Tuesday.
Moore continues to serve as a viable component of the Mariners offense as the season winds down, with Tuesday's solo blast pushing his September average to .259. While that figure isn't particularly remarkable, it's Moore's best in any month this season. Moreover, it's also helped distance him some from the dreaded Mendoza Line, around which Moore's average has frequently been hovering this season.
Moore went 2-for-5 with a double, a walk, a stolen base and a run in an extra-innings loss to the Astros on Thursday.
Moore made plenty of noise from the top of the order while generating his third multi-hit effort over the last five games. The 25-year-old utility man's bat has been an asset over that stretch, as he's gone 8-for-18 with three doubles, four walks, an RBI, three steals and three runs.
Moore went 2-for-5 with a pair of stolen bases in a loss to the Cubs on Tuesday.
Moore started his fourth straight game at shortstop in place of J.P. Crawford (hamstring) and registered the first multi-steal performance of his career. He had gone 33 straight games without stealing a base and is now 9-for-18 on theft attempts this season. Since taking over for Crawford as a starter, he has reached base in nine of 16 plate appearances.
Moore is expected to serve as the Mariners' primary shortstop with J.P. Crawford (hamstring) set to miss at least a week of action, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Manager Scott Servais suggested the Mariners could summon an additional middle infielder from the minor-league ranks to provide more coverage, but for now, Moore will be the next man up on the depth chart at shortstop. The rookie, who has slashed .207/.308/.394 with seven home runs and seven steals across 222 plate appearances this season, will bat seventh and start at shortstop in Sunday's series finale with the Rangers.
Moore went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk and a run in a loss to the Rangers on Saturday. He was also caught stealing twice.
Moore began showing some signs of life at the plate as August wound down, going 5-for-19 with a double, two home runs, six RBI, two walks and three runs overall in his last six starts. That still leaves Moore's line at just .207/.308/.394, but he's shown some nice pop by lacing 20 (11 doubles, two triples, seven home runs) of his 40 hits on the season for extra bases.
Moore went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in a loss to the Yankees on Monday.
Moore squared up on a second-inning J.A. Happ offering and sent it 400 feet to center with Tom Murphy and Omar Narvaez aboard, putting a serious dent in an early 4-0 deficit. The utility man has left the yard in back-to-back contests and has one-third of his 18 RBI for the season over the last nine games.
Moore went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in a win over the Blue Jays on Sunday.
The utility man's 419-foot shot to left center in the third opened the scoring on the afternoon for both clubs. Moore continues to log intermittent starts at various positions, but his successes at the plate remain few and far between. However, he's shown some nice pop in his bat, with exactly half (10 doubles, two triples, six homers) of his 36 hits on the season going for extra bases.
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